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There are three main components of technology in education: 1) organization and management of some educational system (from a school to the system of education of the whole country); 2) satisfaction of some supplementary needs of education systems and educators (e.g., information supply, communication facilities, word processing, etc.); 3) realization of a teaching/learning process. The latter type is called educational technology. It has three aspects. First, the most obvious one, is technology as a discipline for teaching and learning. The second aspect is the technology of learning, and the third one is the technology of teaching. Technologies of the both latter types are called instructional [1] or pedagogical technologies [2]. Contemporary understanding of technology in education is, as a rule, connected with them. However, modern education is mostly aimed not at technologies as integral systems but limited to the utilization of computers and other electronic devices. (Burgin, M, 99 - UCLA)